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Located in Miami's Design District, this place is, thankfully, neither another glam decorator shop nor another glam resto-lounge. This Best of 2007 (Best Wine Shop) winner is also a nice, casual, and comfortable neighborhood restaurant where, unlike most places, one can eat lunch and dinner almost every day of the week, without dressing to the nines or blowing the budget. And the eatery also doubles as something of which the increasingly upscale surrounding neighborhoods have even more need: a very hip retail wine store, where one can score special-occasion or everyday dinner-priced bottles, any day or night except Sunday. Fare is mostly simple stuff: sandwiches and salads during the day, tapas at night, drop-dead desserts at all hours. Although basic, it's tasty, particularly because all breads and most pastries are housemade.
It's not one of those wine warehouses that took over a defunct Winn Dixie and still has a row of checkout registers up front. And it's not one of those trendy storefronts that stock only Bordeaux and other cocky wines that cost three figures. No, this little brick-walled bistro lets you eat and drink -- and take home a bottle of that drink -- without signing over your weekly paycheck. Ask for Florent, the owner and your new best friend. Name a price range and a style. Florent will... More »
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